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    October 11, 2012
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definitely looking out for you. >> sean: tonight, details of a shocking conflict of interest involving the moderator of tomorrow's vice-presidential debate and the anointed one. >> we were the last thing on their target list to remove from benghazi. >> the benghazi whistle-blower breaks his silence. who told you what when? explosive testimony on capitol hill today. >> have you to be kidding me. >> sean: was anybody in charge? i have said it before, can you afford four more? >> these numbers don't smell right. >> sean: america's top business leaders are speaking out with a resounding no. >> every business guy in the country is frightened of barack
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obama. >> sean: and the mother of a fallen member of navy seal team 6 is here. and he has a message for the obama white house. >> they put a target on my son's back. >> sean: all of that, plus you get an exclusive first look at my hollywood debut with the producers of atlas twenty 2. "hannity" starts right here, right now. a new round of national polls show that governor mitt romney is leading president obama. woe will have the numbers in just a moment. but first, in 24 hours from right now, vice-president joe biden and congressman paul ryan will walk onto a stage in kentucky, for their very first and only debate of this election cycle. it is likely to be epic battle from our gaffe-prone vice-president and a man considered to be one of the brightest minds in the political party. there are a number of critical questions that the vice-president should be asked. he like his boss has been in
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office nearly four years. he has failed to put americans back to work. sadly, he has also failed to make america safer, both here and abroad. and of course, we have $6 trillion in new debt. i am hoping that the missteps that the president and vice-president have made are not shrugged under the rug. he should be asked to explain these comments. >> obama and biden want to raise taxes bia trillion dollars? guess what? yes, we do. how they can justify raising taxes in the middle class that has been buried the last four years... how in lord's name, can they justify? >> he's going to let the big banks write their own rules, unchain wall street! they are going to put you back in chains. >> because of the decisions he has made... and the incredible strength of the american people, america has turned the corner!
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[cheers and applause] >> sean: all right. if that joe biden shows up tomorrow, it will be a very entertaining 90 minutes of television. meanwhile, new polls the romney surge continues, thanks to his stellar debate performance. we begin with the latest fox news survey, released a short time ago, which shows that governor romney has wrestled the lead from the president, thanks to a six-point swing after the meltdown in mile high in denver. we are seeing that movement in several other national polls. investors business daily shows that romney's lead has grown to 5 points among lickly voters n. this reuters poll, we are seeing the lead over the president for the first time this election season. there is good news for team obama as it relates to the battleground states, i mean, team romney. the governor is well within striking distance in michigan, pennsylvania special wisconsin. scott rasmussen has the race in a dead heat in new hampshire,
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tied at 48%. the same for nevada, a state that obama easily carried in 2008, tied at 47. this is very bad news for the white house tonight. finally, three critical states to discuss, ohio, florida and virginia. now, we can report that the latest rasmussen surveys show that governor romney is leading in virginia and florida. according to a poll from the american research group, the governor also tops the incumbent in the critical swing state of ohio, 48-47. let's hope the trend continues. joining me with a preview of the debate, romney adviser, new hampshire governor, john sununu. welcome back. >> good to be back. >> sean: by the way, the president has an excuse -- i call him president cry baby because he blames kiosk, atm machines, tsunamis, karl rove, fox news, talk radio for his failed policies. now he is blaming his debate performance that he is too polite a person. watch this. >> what happened at the
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debate...: everybody wants to know, was that -- was that some kind of genius strategy to rope a dope him in and fact check him at the end. and the other question is, for all of my... my black friend who is say that the president's not doing nothing -- not doing anything for the black community, talk to them. >> well, two things. i mean, you know, the debate, i think is fair to say, i was just too polite. it's hard to... sometimes just keep on saying what you are saying isn't true. it gets repetitive. but the good news is, that's just the first one. >> sean: president dirty air, dirty water, romney's a murderer is too polite. >> let him have his own excuse. im not going to argue with him. if that's the way he feel, remember, there is a report that for about a day, he thought he had won the debate. [chuckles] >> with all due respect, they
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are changing their story on everything. they are changing their story on libbia, bithe hour. they are changing their story on why he lost the debate. they are changing their story on -- on what is going on in america. this really is a desperate presidency. they are going to get tough. it is not going to be an easy four weeks in front of us. you are going to see the polls, you put a lot of polls on the screenful they are going to up and down on a daily basis, but i think they are oozing in romney's direction. the next two debates with the president are important. certainly, tomorrow night, joe biden and paul ryan is another important event. i actually think that -- that people may be surprised that -- that joe -- i think joe biden will do better than people expect, only because the expectations are so low. but i think they are going to be very impressed with paul ryan and his capacity to really put tough issues in a way that people understand them. >> sean: what do you make of the -- what is now a proven hoax, coverup, the lie, the
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benghazi coverup? and everything that they told us was a lie? we'll have later -- we will have more on this later in the program. everything -- >> stonewalling. >> sean: they knew everything within 24 hours, governor! >> but the important point is to remind people of why they are doing it. the why they are doing it is that they had been for 3 1/2 years, been lying to us about the fact that they had taken care of al qaeda, that al qaeda was no longer a threat, that the -- the threats in areas of the hot spots of the world, like north africa and moving over -- into tougher spots across all the way over to egypt. they were trying to tell us that there were no problems anymore. and so, when this tragedy -- and it is a horrible tragedy, losing ambassador stevens, when this happened, the first thing that came to mind is, how do we cover up the big lie? the big lie of no problems in
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that part of the world anymore? they we have somehow magically succeeded. in an effort to cover up the big lie, you have the daily lyings on the terrorist issue and the president goes, we know they knew it was terrorism within the first day. and yet, the president goes to the u.n. and says video, video, video. >> sean: they said it was spontaneous, lie. they said it was video, lie. the libyan president told us in day 1 and intelligence told them. the state department is saying, we knew it had nothing to do with the video. we knew it wasn't spontaneous. we have a major problem here. let me go back to biden and to this debate, for just a second here. because they have sequestered this guy for over a week now, preparing him, you know, i guess, you know, filling his head full of zingers, as they like to say, one-liners. you know, isn't there weakness? nobody in the media seems to be able to figure this out that they have a four-year record.
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it's a failed record. no matter what they say that -- congressman ryan gets to say -- why didn't do you that? this is what you did do. this is what we will do differently. it seems like a pretty easy formula. >> well, look, i think you are going to see that very directly. i think congressman ryan is going to bring up the failures of the administration, what they should have done and what the romney/ryan team will do when they win in november. joe gizz going to have to try to defend his boss's failures. he is going to be a good soldier. he is going to do his best there. they probably have some narrative on each one of the tough issues, the stealing of $716 billion from medicare, the failure to create any jobs in this country, the horrible grants that they gave to people that almost immediately went bankrupt. all of those things, he will have a narrative. i just mope the public understands that there is the narrative, the white house is going to give and you the truth. we have learned, there is always
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a big difference between the narrative they hand us that misrepresentations and the truth. >> sean: i am paul ryan, i wouldn't let one lie go through without -- excuse me! that's not true. mr. president, sir. i would be polite about it. governor, good to see you again. >> good to be here. thank you for letting me come on. >> sean: coming up tonight... >> i never said that. i never said we don't know-- oh, really? jay carney is taken to task on the benghazi. we will check in with liz cheney and michelle malkin this. friday, i make my big-screen debut in at lat shrug, part 2, we have anique peek. the full clip coming up later in i know the name of eight princesses. i'm an expert on softball. and tea parties.
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>> sean: fireworks onical tol hill as the oversight and the tried to get to the bottom of how four americans were killed by terrorists on the anniversary of 9/11 in benghazi, libya. they demanded answers and didn't hold back about the administration's coverup. watch this. >> when i was in libya, good part of the day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. and i am fascinated to know and understand from the president of the united states, from the secretary of state and from the ambassador to the united nations, how they can justify that this video caused this attack. it was a terrorist attack! >> why in the heck did it take so long for all these highly briefed and intelligent people to trito figure out that it wasn't a 15-minute youtube video?! and it actually was a 9/11 event, a terrorist attack? i have to tell you, it's very
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fortunate that terrorists don't recognize that this is an election year. they tend to do what they want any time they want to us. and when we have a weakened position around the world and we leave our consuls and people as unprotected as we do and we say, you know what in this is tential because this is 27 days before an election, why are we bringing it up now? i ask the same question. where the heck were we before 9/11? this 9/11 isn't libyans' intelligence so superior to the american intelligence that they knew within 24 hours, it was a terror attack and we are staying it's as a result of a video. >> you are resting solely on the information that the libyan government will provide. i would like to ask ambassador rice under oath, who told you what? when? you are going to blame the intelligence committee, you come before there committee and you tell us who told you it was a video?! >> >> joining me with reaction, liz chainay -- liz cheney.
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we have four dead americans, a coverup, stonewalling, a lie and a hoax. they have absolutely lied to the american people from day one. they knew within 24 hours what happened. where do we go from here? >> we knew before that they had the intercepts within 24 hours that it was a terror attack. today, we learned from sharlene lamb under oath that she followed the diplomatic security official, she followed what was going on, minute by minute. she was following it in real time. so the administration knew in real time, there wasn't a mob, they knew in real time that this was a well-coordinated attack. they knew in real time that it involved heavy weaponry, this was clearly a terrorist attack and the american people have clearly been lied to. we need to see ambassador riceurn oath. i think we need to see secretary clinton under oath. >> sean: how about the president? jay carney? they went out there and they were pushing this lie? all of them. the president even when he went to the u.n. kept going back to the stupid movie trailer nobody
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believed had any part of this. >> again and again and again, you saw both this coverup and i think it's important that they had career officials there today testifying, but secretary clinton has been silent on t. the president, when he wasn't saying it was a video, has for the most part been silent on t. have you a coverup of air terrorist attack because it doesn't fit with their whole notion that somehow al qaeda is on the rope, which the president continues to say. we also know that in early august, the defense department published a report saying al qaeda is ascendant throughout the middle-east. you have also got this question of why they didn't have enough security. >> sean: they asked for security and they were denied. there were at least 16 incidents of terror leading up to this, which is why the request should have been granted. but the lying and the coverup and the stonewalling is the big issue. let's look a montage of the white house's evolving story. this is staggering.
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watch this. >> we have seen rage and violence directed at american embassies over an all of internet video. >> this is under investigation. the unrest around the region has been in response to this video. we were not aware of any actionable intelligence indicating that an attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi was planned or imminent. >> it began spontaneously in benghazi. it was a spontaneous... reak to what had just transpired in cairo, as a consequence of the video. >> it is self evident what happened in been ben was a terrorist attack. >> we don't know yet. we will continue to investigate this. >> what happened in benghazi was a terrorist attack. >> then i heard hillary clinton say that it was an abs act of terrorism. is it? >> we are still doing an investigation. the crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the
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muslim world. >> it was a terrorist attack. >> sean: a full two weeks later, we knew within 24 hours and the president of the united states is telling the american people something that he knows is factually inaccurate. >> right. i think this is one of the worst coverups, probably in the history of the republic, in terms of, we are not talking about a policy that went awry here, we are talking about an ambassador and three other americans who were killed. this is a nationurn attack. at some point, the americans have to ask, who is in charge at the state department? there is a notion that secretary clinton is competent and doing a good job, running diplomacy. the facts show otherwise. either she's in charge of the department and she was reading her intel briefings every day and reading the threat reports and getting briefed, or she wasn't 92 here's what it comes down to. who ran the operation in who made the decision? the white house? the state department? the state department's saying from day one, we knew what it was. >> everybody's suddenly saying
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we knew from day one. but we have yet to hear from susan rice who was saying, this was because of the video. a lot of people have asked me why would they lie about something so critically important? the reason they are doing it is because they have to get the american people to believe that this president has been an effective national security president. but in fact, al qaeda is on the rise. >> sean: the lie always makes things worse. this is just the beginning of the investigation. good to see you. >> thanks? >> coming up, fox news asked jay carney point blank if the administration meant to mislead you about the benghazi attack. we will check in with michelle malkin. and steve wynnn unleashes on president obama and his business policies. [ ryan ] it doesn't get any better than endless shrimp at red lobster.
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>> sean: why tempers were flairing in the house hearing on the benghazi attack. jay carney tried to rewrite history during his afternoon press briefing. now, he tried to tell our very own ed henry, he never denied the attack was an acts of terror. watch this. >> on september 12, the president call its terrorism. he used a phrase like active terror. why were you at this podium
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several days after that saying we don't know if it's terrorism. >> i never said that. i never said we don't know if it's terrorism. >> sean: mr. carney, you are a flat-out liar. here's the tape to prove it. you said this on september 14. >> it's actively under investigation, both the benghazi attack and incidents elsewhere. you know... and my point was that at... we don't have and did not have concrete evidence to suggest that this was not in reaction to... the film. but we are obviously investigating the matter. >> sean: and joining me with reak, the author of the number-1 new york times best seller, culture of corruption, michelle malkin is here. this is serious because people are dead. they asked for security, it was denied. denied! absolutely, you know, they have culpability buildings , responsibility, they knew within 24 hours this was a terror attack. they knew this had nothing to do with the film.
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they knew this was not spontaneous. but susan rice, jay carney, hillary clinton and the president himself, weeks later is still trying to sell their lie to the american people when they knew otherwise. where does this go? how does this play politically for them? >> well, i think what needs to happen, sean, every single american who is concerned about national security, who is concerned about americans abroad, who are working for us, to defend us and represent us needs to watch the full hearing. go look at it in the archives. go look at it on foxnews.com. if you were not able to watch this entire four-hour streaming video, you need to sit down and make time to do it because you cannot vote in november without knowing just how deep, just how malicious and just how reckless this administration has been with the truth and with the lives of americans who were murdered on september 11. >> sean: yeah. the narrative, we played this in
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the last segment. they stuck to their lie, which is this was spontaneous. now they are saying it is not, which we knew at the time. we were told by the libyan president, that wasn't true. we were told by everybody twasn't true. and then the other part of this, it was related to this movie on july, but it had nothing to do with america or the september 11 anniversary. so it's -- i think this was all connected to the president not wanting to admit that they screwed up. and i think it's a coverup. tell me -- >> of course, it is. >> sean: yeah. >> you are absolutely right. what you have here is a den of lying liars and craft weasels who are behind the scenes, trying to figure out who to hang out to dry. you saw a little bit of that maneuvering in the hearing today. but you also saw and i think this is a completely shameless from the democrats who wag their fingers at the republicans who are trying to get to the bottom of the truth here, grandstanding
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about how this is being politicized at the same time that this current administration is dragging osama bin laden's body over every last swing state. we got an admission -- i think this was very key from sharlene lamb, one of the state department bureaucrat, desk jockeys in washington, making decisions, refusing -- the requests on the ground from people who knew that there should be increased security. we got an admission from her that, no, the decision that was ultimately made by her, by eric boswell and all of these state department career lifers had nothing to do with the budget considerations that have you every last democrat blaming republicans for. >> sean: part of the hoax. that's part of the coverup and the stonewalling and it's a pattern of behavior because we saw the very same thing going on in the fast & furious issue. again, the administration. they give guns to drug cartel,
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murderers, kidnappers, drug dealers, gangsters and lo and behole, surprise, the guns are used to kill a border agent and others, including children. they stonewalled, stonewalled and in the end, executive privilege. >> that's right. >> sean: we are going to head into this election, knowing that this is their pattern of behavior. >> yeah. >> sean: the question is, how do we expedite getting to the truth here. >> we have already heard the next steps. darrell ice athe chairman of the government oversight reform committee mentioned that he -- and yes, elijah cummings, are going to request a classified interview with susan rice. and tray gade said, we need to put susan rice under oath and re-ask the questions that everybody knows she's lied about. i would like to see that lying liar jay carney under oathful they need to keep pressing for the truth and people need to demand it. >> sean: this is important and the families and the country, we
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have the right to be told the truth, especially in the light of the fact that they had requests for security. they denied them. they knew what the struth was and they didn't tell us the truth. >> a salute to the whistle-blowers who brought it out in the first place, once again. >> sean: absolutely. coming up... >> i am afraid of the president. i have no idea what goofy idea, what crazy anti-business program this administration will come up with. >> sean: businessman, mega-job creator steve wynnn lays out the truth with the obama class warfare strategy. we have the full clip t. make any undecided voter think twice. and then little old me. i have taken to the big screen. a sneak peek at my hollywood debut in atlas shrug part 2. we will show you, minutes away. so anyway, i've been to a lot of places. you know, i've helped a lot of people save a lot of money. but today...( sfx: loud noise of large metal object hitting the ground) things have been a little strange.
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>> that's 250,000 more than this president, who i will be damned if i want to have him lecture me about small business and jobs -- i'm a job creator. guys like me are job creators and we don't like having a bull's-eye on our back. the president has tried to put himself between me special my employees. >> how? >> class warfare. by depriicating and calling a group that makes money billion rears and millionaires that don't pay their share. i'm afraid of the president. i have no idea what goochy idea, what crazy, anti-business program this administration will come up with. i have no idea. i have to tell you, john, that every business guy i know in the country is frightened of barack obama and the way he thinks. >> sean: wow. now that was steve wynn, the ceo of wynn resort, schooling the
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president on how to create jobs and run a business. he is also correct in saying the president has failed this country because as of september, there are 61,000 fewer americans working than when obama took office in january of 2009. here with reaction, the author of the new york times best seller, what the bleep just happend? she will explain what the bleep is in just a minute. monica crowley. and from the fox business network, sandra smith. what's the bleep? >> i am not giving it up. use your imagination. >> sean: okay. i love steve wynn. i spent time with him, a very impressive man. walk me through his whole career. we spent a couple of hours together. it is a phenomenal story. 250,000 people over the course of his life -- just in vegas. he is building facilities elsewhere. what a -- what a rebuke of obama. what did you think? >> absolutely. in fact, i was at the wynn encore, fantastic.
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this guy really knows how to run his businesses. he is a democrat. he voted for obama four years ago. that's what make this is criticism incredibly devastating. look, nobody should be surprised when we hear from the top job creators. barack obama once described his very brief time in the private sector as being, quote, behind enemy lines. this is how he views the private sector. remember, he said to joe the plumber, i think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody. he said, at some point, have you made enough money. and recently, he said the private sector's doing just fine. you tell that-- this president of hope and change has -- is dividing everybody. he said a very interesting thing. he said he is dividing me and my employees. >> right. keep dimonnizing him as a business owner. he has vilified his profession. and he has made himself -- it turned out, made him a villain to his employees who, by the way, that's who he is striaing
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to protect here. he is saying, have you made this a business unfriendly environment for me and my company to survive. but he is referencing his thousands of employee who is say that money's coming out of their paycheck every day and the price of everything's gone up. >> sean: he toll me, he had given his employees two raises in the last 18 months, even though business was down, at least that part of the business, but it was thriving in other parts. mcallen in particular. and sheldon adelveson said the same thingings, they are ebbet ent, risk-takers, demonized. >> absolutely. success is demonized. reward is demonized. you can't take risks under the obama administration because they have so taxed us and regulated us. obamacare, the head of the jarredin restaurant group -- red lobster and a couple of other really big restaurants-- all you can eat shrimp by the way. >> which is awesome, by the way. he said, look back of obamacare,
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i have to start laying off people or reduce their hours. in other words, this is dis-incentivizing ambition and success and strong business. >> sean: dave segall, wastegate resortings if any new taxes are levied on me, our current president, i will have no choice but to reduce the size of this company. i will be forced to cut back, fewer jobs, less benefits, less opportunity. i can no longer support a system that peinallizes the productive and gives to the unproductive. >> i think people everywhere were cheering. i said, i will lay out on a beach in the caribbean. exactly. president obama is telling thesefyguys, hey, you are flying around in your private jet, you are living the life of luxury, you don't need anything. little does president obama know because he's never run a business, he is demonizing the
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job growers. >> sean: i bet you the pilots of the private jets are happy they have a job. >> absolutely. hello! look, he knows perfectly well what he is doing. he is know a stupid man. his objective is to dis-incentivize work and get people dependent on government. that's the objective. that's why he is not breaking a sweat. >> sean: i hope paul ryan brings up these points tomorrow night. >> yeah. he's going to be brilliant tomorrow. >> sean: sandra? >> i think he is going to be brilliant. i think joe biden will be on the defense from the get go. i think he might have to play it so safe that his arguments may be ineffective. >> sean: good to see you. coming up, the mother of a fallen navy seal says that the white house actually put a target on her son's back, when the energies let loose about the raid that killed osama bin laden. she and her husband are here. coming up next, and my movie debut on atlas shrug 2, straight ahead. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool
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that all fell apart the next day. >> navy seals in what they did last -- last sunday. >> how dare they. they put a target on my son's back. and even on my back! but a little over 90 days later, my son was dead. >> national security leaks threaten american lives. we need leader who is understand that. veterans for a strong america is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> sean: talking to me, the parents of fallen navy seal 6 member, karen and billy vaughn, thank you both. i am very, very sorry about the loss of your son, a true american hero. thank you for being here. >> thank you, sean. >> thank you, sean. >> sean: when you say that they put a target on my son's back... explain? >> well, you know, here's the way i look at it. it is very simple. when we go across the country
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and we take out the main figurehead for al qaeda, for everything that has been waged against our country, it is very simple to me that if we announce who was responsible for that, that all hell -- for lack of a better phrase, is going to break loose on the people who are responsible for taking that man out. at least all attempts possible. so that's what i mean by putting a target on his back. >> sean: they didn't have to mention this was seal team 6. they could have announced the... osama bin laden was killed. they didn't have to say what did it, what branch of the military did it. is that in part what you are saying? >> absolutely. yes. absolutely. i can tell you that the community was stunned by the announcement. it was unprecedented and extremely dangerous. >> sean: what do you think -- the president's been out there piking the football, as partave campaign issue that he got bin laden and bin laden's dead.
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but yet when -- when your son and seal team 6 members, when they got him, we were told we couldn't show the body because it would enflame tensions of radical islamists. do you find that hypocrital? >> very hypocrital, sean. how do you enflame these people? we can't make them any angrier at us anyway. our warriors need to be allowed to carry out the missions they are assigned and they don't -- they don't -- they need to carry -- they need their identities kept secret. but they need to be allowed to go and fight and do what they are trained to do. these elite warriors can do anything they want to to the taliban, to al qaeda... if this administration -- if president obottom would just recognize the enemy, give them rules of engagement that favor them instead of leveling the playing field for the enemy and give them the equipment that is
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required to carry out their missions and i mention those three things because those are other issues that we have found in searching and looking at what happened to aaron and the warriors on that night, all three of those things... were -- were reasons why this chopper was shot down, why this largest loss in the single day in the 10-year war on terror... was caused. and also the largest loss in the history of naval special warfare. >> sean: let me ask you this because the rules of engagem -- a lot of people don't know this, the father of another fallen hero who was angry at a form letter that was sent to him and he has spoken out... it was just a, aghast that it was a form letter and that the rules of engagement that these guys are working under, this is a war, you don't put handcuffs on heroes and send them out there to fight, bring them home. there is no point.
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as you watch that, as you watch the benghazi coverup and your son, knowing that you are at risk, i can't imagine how you feel. i mean, there is nothing worse for a parent than losing their child. >> sean, it's all the same. the benghazi coverup, what is going on in the middle-east, what is going on in afghanistan is all because of this president's ideology and the strategy used by our military and our president is directly responsible for the rules of engagement. let me just say this. on the night that extortion 17 was shutshot down, this is all from the military -- we learned that the afghan national army, the afghan national police, the afghan security ministry, are all involved in every single special ops mission narcotic pre-planning, the post-op. theynow the flight routes of the choppers. that chopper flew in there that night in a place that had been cleared 7 times, according to
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our military, by our warriors and turned back over to the afghans. 3 1/2-hour fire fight under way and our chopper flew in with an ac-130 gunship, two h-64s and they were not allowed to give any pre-assault fire. they land the the chopper like it was wal-mart. when the chopper was shutshot down, neither were the ac-130 or the two ar-64s allow towed take out the savage who is fired the rpgs because they were standing on a tower. under the rules of engagement, they didn't know if there might be friend lis in the building. they are criminal for our warriors. >> sean: i agree with all of that. >> if i can add something to that as well, we also found out in the testimony of one of the commanders in the field that he actually said something like this was bound to eventually happen. >> exactly. >> the way we are operating. >> sean: i saw that. last question, i am running out
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of time, but do you want president obama to stop spiking the football on bin laden on the campaign trail? >> we -- well, he doesn't have the character to quit because everything is about president obama. always about -- but, yes, we want him to quit spiking the football. we want him to leave as commander in chief. we want the rules of engagement changed. we want some high-up military officer to have the courage and risk all and scream out, what is happening to our warriors? somebody, please have the courage to protect our warriors instead of protecting this commander in chief and his cronies. >> sean: mr. and mrs. vaughn, nothing worse than losing a hero, a son. thank you for telling your story, being with us. you are in our thoughts and prayers. >> thank you, sean. >> sean: whether we come back, the clip you have been waiting for, my hollywood debut, that's next.
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>> this is capitalism 101. in the fair-share law, more big government. it will result in fail and you are a lack of competition. ou wae marketplace, especially when you see the price of gas, when you see the price of goods in america today, you understand, you want people who are working hard -- >> this is neither a free market nor a fair market. this gi's got a sole -- no competition. >> sean: he has created a metal that is stronger, lighter, cheaper. an exclusive look at the film, atlas strug part 2. i am joined by the producers of the film. good to see you. how are you? >> pretty good. >> sean: one take... >> one take. it was extraordinary. i mean, we did about 5 minutes. one take. 14, 16 seconds and i mean, no academy-award nomination, but you did good. >> sean: what do you mean, we guys? i did better than them. this is so relevant --
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fair-share law, redistribution of wealth. i ran as a visionary. >> we need a capitalist in the white house. we need to have people who appreciate what the book is, which is -- it's a warning, it's an 1100-page but it's coming true. >> well-- fair-share law. redestruction. let me get your partner in here. you want to weigh in? >> oh, yeah. absolutely. what is interesting is, you have the screenplay written in february. here we are here in the debates last week, the president talking about everybody should have their fair share. what a great opportunity for us to be in theaters before the election, hopefully, the people will come out and celebrate the great ideas about smaller government, free markets, individual rights. it's a great opportunity for all of us. >> sean: if people see this -- i am convinced, i was asked by the hollywood reporter tonight, i am convinced this, will make them more aware of the a